What You'll Get
All-you-can-eat buffets are as central to American culture as bald-eagle barbecues or pretending soccer doesn’t exist. Revel in your right to gorge with today’s Groupon: for $4, you get all you can eat at GattiTown (up to a $8.69 value) in North Dallas. You may combine up to four Groupons per visit—enough to feed a four-sided family or a long-distance relay team. This Groupon expires December 15, 2010.
GattiTown’s All-You-Care-To-Eat-And-Drink Buffet fills familial units with unlimited pizza, pasta, salads, and desserts in a fun environment (valid drinks are non-alcoholic). The sight of Gatti’s famous pizza will make your plate’s mouth water and subsequently beg for seconds. For dessert (or just a brief intermission between cheese sticks and SpaGatti), foster creative instincts by creating miniature Eiffel towers out of cinnamon sticks and slices of Dutch-apple dessert pizza. Diners can also accompany their meal with a televised view in one of the dining rooms. The sports room gives you a chance to bet on your favorite team using a stack of warm and buttery breadsticks. For movie critics young and old, the fun-flicks room flickers with family entertainment, and the café’s quiet, low-key atmosphere is tailor-made for devouring spaghetti blindfolded while discussing the influence of John Cassavetes's use of cinéma vérité on the Shrek movies. To make sure your feast doesn’t go straight to your thumbs, retire to the game room for 6,000 square feet of video games, skee ball, and more. However, the truly daring diner will want to stuff his or her stomach to bursting, then take in a few rounds on the bumper cars.
GattiTown sprang full-formed from the pepperoni’d loins of the Gatti’s Pizza empire, which first tested the human body’s pizza-storage capacity in 1964. Its pizza recipes are still inspired by Colonel Eure’s vision of real cheese and fresh ingredients—unlike Colonel Sanders, who long ago abandoned his vision to outfit all the men, women, and children in this great nation with black shoestring ties.
This Groupon is not valid toward alcohol, per state law.
Reviews are limited, but three Yelpers give GattiTown in North Dallas a 4.5-star average rating.
- The staff is wonderful very helpful, efficient, and super sweet!! The party rooms are very well organized there is enough space for everybody and the kids love the cool flat screen TV!! – nelly g., Yelp
- It was nice to relive childhood for a night, and I came home with a smiley face popper that now sits proudly in my cube at work! – Una H.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 15, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per visit. Valid only at Marsh Ln., North Dallas location. Not valid toward alcohol. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.